Former Attorney, Two Others Convicted of KPMG Tax Shelter Charges

, New York Law Journal

A former Brown & Wood partner was among the three defendants in the KPMG tax shelter case convicted Wednesday by a Manhattan federal jury. Raymond Ruble was convicted on 10 counts of tax evasion while investment consultants Robert Pfaff and John Larson were convicted on 12 counts. Fourth defendant ex-KPMG partner David Greenberg was acquitted on all counts. In the case's final tally, 19 defendants were charged, two pleaded guilty, 13 had charges dismissed, three were convicted at trial and one was acquitted.

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